Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Busy Week 2

My last post seems to be the most popular so far, so I figured I should go ahead and continue with the rest of my week.

But first some clarifications. Panera Bread was wonderful, as was the tea and company. I tried the black bean soup and a French croissant. Both were amazing. I think my dad would like the black bean soup (so if you're reading, you should try it!). My friends (please note the plural) were also great company, and we enjoyed much interesting converation. To answer one commenter's question: I do occasionally go to restaurants with females. Yes, it's awkward and risky, and sometimes I'm just tempted to drop to one knee right there, but the other people with us normally do their best to keep me accountable. ;) I don't know why I experience such urges... maybe I've been reading/watching too much Jane Austin.

Fortunatly for me, I actually have until December before I finish with school and things get real busy...

On to my busy week:
Wednesday:
Up @ 6:45
Breakfast @ 7:20
Work from 8:00-10:00
French Through Popular Culture class @ 10:00
Study Break @ 11
Lenten Chapel Service (for Christian Worship class ) @ 12:00
Lunch @ 12:30
Study/Thursday Homework 1:00-3:00
Free Time!!!/Catch up on other Projects/etc. 3:00-4:45
Dinner @ 4:45
Work from 6:00-9:00
Finish homework for Thursday @ 9:00
Bed @ 10:30/11:00
Average Amount of Free Time on Wednesdays: 2.5 hrs.
So Wednesdays are my good day. Actually they are normally very relaxing.

Thursday:
Up @ 6:45
Breakfast @ 7:20
Work from 8:00-9:30
French Civilization class @ 9:30
International Economics class @ 11:00
Managment Information Systems @ 1:00
Study/Friday Homework from 2:30-4:45
Dinner @ 4:45
Truth Project (Bible Study) 6:00-8:30ish
Finish homework for Thursday @ 9:00
Bed @ 10:30/11:00
Average Amount of Free Time on Wednesdays: 1.5 hr.

Friday:
Up @ 6:45
Breakfast @ 7:20
Work from 8:00-10:00
French Through Popular Culture class @ 10:00
Lunch @ 11:00
Christian Worship class @ 12:00

And I'm done with the week's scheduled times until Sunday! Happiness and joy and bright sunshine!

4 comments:

Jena said...

I did notice the plural...but I had to give you a hard time about it anyway! ;) I've never doubted your faithfulness or accountability Mr. Josh!

Joy said...

:) yay for weekends! ...especially weekends when old friends call you up andcatch up on life with you!

Rebecca said...

Here's what Miss Austen (note spelling) has to say about good company in her novel _Persuasion_, in case you're interested:

"'My idea of good company, Mr. Elliot, is the company of clever, well-informed people, who have a great deal of conversation; that is what I call good company.'"

"'You are mistaken,'" said he gently, "'that is not good company, that is the best. Good company requires only birth, education and manners, and with regard to education is not very nice. Birth and good manners are essential; but a little learning is by no means a dangerous thing in good company, on the contrary, it will do very well.'"

I'm glad you consider your Panera friends "great" and "wonderful company." An indication of your good taste, I must say.

Miss Newton

Serena said...

Sounds like Friday is the best day to me! Especially since you have the weekend to look forward to! :)